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It's a Wonderful Life (movie)

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  • At South Florida theaters, the snow must go on

    At South Florida theaters, the snow must go on
    It may be hard for some South Floridians to get into the holiday spirit. Twinkling lights on palm trees, Santas in flip-flops and balmy subtropical temperatures don't exactly conjure up Christmas.
  • Simply 'Wonderful'

    HAMPTON – Willie Repoley, producing artistic director of the Immediate Theatre Project, gave himself a challenge: Take an intimately familiar classic, and find a way to make it new without offending those who cherish the original. The familiar...

    Review: 'A Wonderful Life' at Pa. Playhouse charming and nostalgic as a radio play

    Review: 'A Wonderful Life' at Pa. Playhouse charming and nostalgic as a radio play
    The inherent charm of the classic Frank Capra story "It's A Wonderful Life" is only enhanced in the live radio-format style production written by Joe Landry and now on stage at Pennsylvania Playhouse. The 1940s-era tale of George Bailey in the small town...

    Another opportunity for a 'Wonderful Life' with Pasadena Theatre

    Another opportunity for a 'Wonderful Life' with Pasadena Theatre
    A favorite holiday tradition is in its 10th fully staged revival on the local stage: Pasadena Theatre Company's annual production of "It's a Wonderful Life." The show lovingly interprets Frank Capra's 1946 film starring James Stewart, which has been...

    George Bailey's right � 'It's a wonderful life'

    After decades of watching, I still cannot suppress a smile when I reach the climactic moment in the film "Miracle on 34th Street" when Kris Kringle's lawyer dumps thousands of pieces of mail onto the desk of the hapless, befuddled judge. The letters and...